A diamond in the rough, the diminutive Casa Camacho has changed little since it opened in 1928, except for the addition of a fruit machine and a TV – both in constant use. Pre-war dust coats the bottles and plastic flowers on display, and the floor is a sea of toothpicks and crumbs. But for a slice of real neighbourhood life it can't be beat, though nowadays it tends to fill up with local hipsters. Make sure you try a 'yayo' (gin and vermouth cocktail).
|Venue name:||Casa Camacho|
San Andrés, 4
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thu noon-2am; Fri, Sat noon-2.30am; Sun closed|
|Transport:||Tribunal (M: L1, L10)|